Timisoara Romania Guide

Timisoara Romenia
People lived in Timisoara (Timișoara) since ancient times. First there were the Dacians and later the Romans, who named it Castrum Temesiense. First mentioned in 1212 as a citadel, by the 14th century it became an important outpost in the fight between Christendom and the Muslim Ottoman...
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Constanta Romania Guide

Mamaia Resort Constanta
Once an opulent Art Nouveau hotspot, the Casino Constanta is one of Romania's most beautiful abandoned buildings. Commanding a dramatic location right on the waterfront of the Black Sea overlooking the ancient port at Constanta, the Casino was a triumph of the Art Nouveau movement,...
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Day trip Outside Bucharest

If you think you have seen all in Bucharest, a day trip outside Bucharest will learn you even more about Romania. Bucharest is a great starting point for exploring Romania. The Mogoșoaia Palace (Palatul Mogoșoaia) is on the shores of a lake only 14 kilometers northeast...
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9 Museums in Bucharest

Museum of the Romanian Peasant Housed in a red-brick building built in the Neo-Romanian style in 1912, The Museum of the Romanian Peasant is one of the most beautiful museums in Bucharest. Within you'll find a well-executed recounting of the story of the Romanian peasant,...
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Bucharest Capital of Romania

The Romanian Athenaeum is Bucharest's leading concert hall. The idea for a building that would serve as a temple of the arts and sciences arose among the most illustrious minds of Bucharest's cultural and scientific circles in the 2nd half of the 19th-century. Donations financed...
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